Their services include free non-legal education advocacy, fee-based advocacy, technical assistance, and dropout prevention.
Although their focus is broader than children on the autistic spectrum, they offer sound strategies for working and partnering with schools to prevent negative situations from becoming problems and resolving those issues that develop.
But perhaps their greatest resource is the sample letters they provide to make it easier for parents to write to schools and administrations about our children’s education issues — from requesting an IEP/IEE to writing a Memo of Understanding to requesting to view records to lodging a complaint.
Click here to see a complete list. Student Advocacy Center Sample Letters.